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Labtec LCS-2514 Speakers Review - FrostyTech.com Labtec LCS-2514 Speakers Review
Mon Jun 11, 2001 | 6:42A| PermaLink
"As soon as I opened up the box, I knew I was in trouble. There was wire, and lots of it. You can place the rear satellites about 20' away from each other! So, where's the problem then? Well, this isn't standard speaker wire. The cords are hardwired to the satellites (but thankfully not also to the sub). "Fine." I thought, "I can just use twist ties." Well, that didn't work out too well. Labtec has an odd way of wiring this system up. They have both pairs of satellites set up to connect to the subwoofer, which is alright, but then have two additional leads going from the sub to the front right satellite for volume control. Why they couldn't do this with one additional lead rather than 2 is beyond me. Needless to say, this only complicated the whole "rats nest" thing."
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(http://www.gamingin3d.com/reviews/labtec/)


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